Diskeeper reports high reserved system space

Diskeeper is unable to completely optimize the specified drive as there is a rather large green/white striped area known as reserved system space. This is free area however Diskeeper will not use this area for defragmentation.

To utilitze this “wasted” space, the hard drive space needs to be used to capacity. A script was found to create files and folder structures that would impeed into the reserved system space. Once this space is breeched, the OS will reduce the size of the reserved system space. Continue to use the script through to the desired size. Then delete the files/folders and run defrag.

Here is a script, save as BAT or CMD and execute.

fillharddrive.cmd

REM Create folder and change to it.
MD 10KF
CD 10KF

REM Create 10000 Folders
FOR /L %f in (1,1,10000) do md %f

CD..

REM Create folder and change to it.
MD 50KFILES
CD 50KFILES

REM Create 50000 files with Hey as contents
FOR /L %f in (1,1,50000) do echo Hey > %f

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